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Writer/Director Kevin Broccoli describes his new play, “Paint,” as “a star vehicle, ensemble piece, science fiction story, a play about mothers and daughters, muses and inspiration, the Civil … more
Dean Petrella and The Complaints have played legendary venues and worked with prominent producers over the course of their career. The group performs weekly at Escada Restaurant & Bar in Johnston. more
The term “family entertainment” usually turns out to be a way to promote a kid’s show that parents suffer through. Not so with Disney’s highly entertaining Broadway musical … more
Cranston resident Dr. David Neves served as the director of bands and supervisor for 29 years in the adjacent town of Scituate, where he also taught jazz ensemble, orchestra, chorus, general music … more
TERMINATOR: DARK FATE: **½ (Sequel with female heroes) Females rule in this sixth offering of the action series that brings an enhanced Grace (Mackenzie Davis) back from 2029 to 1984 to … more
We have been fans of Festival Ballet Providence’s “Up Close on Hope” for years.Watching the dancers from only a few feet away is very exciting, as you can see the expressions on … more
He’ll be showing folks how he does it at Ted’s Stadium Pub, located at 1145 Park Ave. in Cranston, on Nov. 9. more
20 years ago: Russell Crowe and Al Pacino starred in a good thriller, “The Insider,” while John Cusack and Cameron Diaz starred in the quirky comedy “Being John Malkovich.” Denzel Washington starred in the chilling thriller “The Bone Collector.” more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Cranstonian theatre veteran, Lynne Collinson, creative director for WomensWork Theatre Collaborative, describes the newly formed organization as a vehicle to promote artistic opportunities for woman of all ages.with a major" more
Barrington Books Garden City will host Alan Hassenfeld and author G. Wayne Miller for a book signing for Kid Number One: Alan Hassenfeld and Hasbro on Saturday, November 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Cranston location 176 Hillside Road, Cranston. Having more
“What is government?” John Adams asks his young son in the opening scene of “JQA,” Aaron Posner’s new play that makes American history much more fun and relevant than most high school … more
This is a musical that knows how to please everyone, with great songs, a nice upbeat plot, incredible special effects and some of the best choreography I’ve seen in a long time. more
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